Beginner's Guide to OneDrive for Windows - UPDATED Tutorial

Onedrive Online – Beginner's Guide to OneDrive for Windows – UPDATED Tutorial


Beginner's Guide to OneDrive for Windows – UPDATED Tutorial

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This beginner’s guide will help you understand the purpose of Microsoft OneDrive and will teach you how to set it up on Windows computers and how to use it. OneDrive can help you organize your files, give you constant access to your files on any device, and backup your files in case of theft or hard drive failure. And this video will get you started using OneDrive. #microsoft #onedrive ***Consider supporting Technology for Teachers and Students on Patreon***:

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Beginner's Guide to OneDrive for Windows – UPDATED Tutorial

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  1. 1:56 LOL OneDrive is encrypted using SSL, I really hope OneDrive is not encrypted with SSL, SSL is a transit encryption not an at rest encryption! Marketing people are hoping people just know buzz words.. LOOK SSL its safe!!!

  2. At Microsoft you have to fire someone, this "Shit" of Oner Drive is made by a team of apes or by a 6-year-old boy. There is definitely someone who is not thinking well in that area … it is incredible how badly done it is and the worst thing is that the competition is light years away from this crap.

  3. I would really, really like to know how to make a second school/work account. What MS says on-line is just wrong (I do not get the Settings& Help gear that they claim is there.)

  4. After installing on Android device it says OneDrive is FULL; I didn't download or upload anything. On the PC (onedrive.live.com) it says OneDrive is EMPTY.
    I want to put Android files on the PC and PC music on the Android.

  5. On my ''One Drive'' account, when I sign in with my email address and password, then it sends a number code to another of my email accounts. I have to go to that email address, get the 7 figure number code, go back put that code in and then I am in, so laborious ! I think to learn how to use this ''One Drive'' I would have to have one to one hands on teaching. Most people I know find ''Drop Box'' far easier to understand and use, same goes for myself.

  6. Problem with these computer tutorials is that ( as in this case ) they tend to use many technical terms that beginners like my self do not know or understand. So I lost this after around 1/3 the way through.

  7. Very helpful video. Thank you and you are so right in saying much overlooked facet of one drive is the backup feature. Hard to find info on this. I would love to hear you talk at length about having all of ones computers synced to one drive. I don't want to ever have to survive another hard drive crash! LOL

  8. I have Office 365 Premium (6tb, 1tb per up to 6 computers). My wife and I each are signed into OneDrive on each of our own computers. We want to have each of our computers have a separate 1tb OneDrive account and set up her account and my account in the cloud. Right now all the work we do goes into the cloud and we have many files and our files are intermingled…How do we set up separate 1tb accounts and keep them organized in the cloud?
    At this point we are just going to turn off OneDrive files are getting very confusing. Thank you for any assistance you can provide. Enjoyed your video-going to subscribe…

  9. Any cloud drive puts your private files out there for every hacker and evil government to hack at will. There is a case of a family that upoaded their vacation photos to a cloud drive. A few days later, they are driving on the freeway and there was there whole family on a bill board selling life insurance. Read the fine print!!! Turns out the cloud companies claim ownership and copyright on every byte you upload to their allegedly free service. TRUST NO ONE ON THE INTERNET!

  10. Wao; your videos have been God-sent. I have learned so much – excell, outlook and now OneDrive. Your tutorials are so precise, clear and easy to follow. I hit "Like" on all your videos and I also subscribed. I had seen where people can support your work; but I can't seem to find it now; where is it at? I've learned so much and would like to give a little as a token of my gratitude for what I've learned from you. God bless you, your family and your work.

  11. Thanks for the tutorial! I was hoping to learn more about file or folder sharing through one drive. For instance, will anyone you share files with need a microsoft account to access those files?

  12. I have tried using One Drive and it's great until I want to use an old file (ex. stock19) to update new information (ex. stock20) then it automatically saves the old file name (stock19) with the new info (stock20) before I can 'Save as' (stock20) and now I've lost my old file information (stock19). Ugh! Will just turning off AutoSave fix this?

  13. Who do you make sure the one drive document is in sync with the copy in office? If a make a change on on PC will it automatically sync to one drive and visa versa if I make a change in a oneDrive document will it sync to my hard drive doc. Thank you and stay safe

  14. Hi, at the end there when uploading to cloud from desktop, did that mean the files are no longer on the desktop/computer memory? or am i confusing matters. Also what happens to ALL uploaded files in cloud when my 1 year subscription to 365 ends , are they still available without renewing or do i pay again? Cheers…….

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